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12+ Github Repositories to Help You Ace Your Job Interview

The word "interview" is frequently associated with anxiety and discomfort. However, you may prepare vital tools to brighten up and organise fruitful interviews with this article's assistance.

I'll provide you with a list of GitHub repositories that will assist you in preparing for your next technical/coding interview.

1. Coding University Interview

This excellent repository has everything you'll need for a coding interview. It began as the repository owner's study plan and evolved into a study plan for many others. The author is now employed as a software engineer at Amazon.

To ace any big tech company's interview, you'll need a multi-month study strategy.

The technique progresses from programming fundamentals through an advanced data structure, system design, and essential computer science ideas.

GitHub logo jwasham / coding-interview-university

A complete computer science study plan to become a software engineer.

Coding Interview University

I originally created this as a short to-do list of study topics for becoming a software engineer but it grew to the large list you see today. After going through this study plan, I got hired as a Software Development Engineer at Amazon You probably won't have to study as much as I did. Anyway, everything you need is here.

I studied about 8-12 hours a day, for several months. This is my story: Why I studied full-time for 8 months for a Google interview

Please Note: You won't need to study as much as I did. I wasted a lot of time on things I didn't need to know. More info about that below. I'll help you get there without wasting your precious time.

The items listed here will prepare you well for a technical interview at just about any software company including the giants:…

2. Build Your Own X

Here are some instances of how to impress the employer by developing your own Git, Docker, or framework, among other things.

3. Tech Interview Handbook

This is your technical interview manual. This one was the most well-organized and straightforward to navigate. It also includes advice on how to deal with behavioural questions, which can be tricky at times.

GitHub logo yangshun / tech-interview-handbook

💯 Curated interview preparation materials for busy engineers

Tech Interview Handbook


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What is this?

No one has time to do a few hundred LeetCode questions. Here's free and curated technical interview preparation materials for busy engineers, brought to you by the author of the Blind 75 List.

Besides the usual algorithm questions, other awesome stuff includes:

4. How to Secure Anything

The repository is well-organized, and it has a wealth of other resources to support your learning.

GitHub logo veeral-patel / how-to-secure-anything

How to systematically secure anything: a repository about security engineering

How to Secure Anything

Security engineering is the discipline of building secure systems.

Its lessons are not just applicable to computer security. In fact, in this repo, I aim to document a process for securing anything, whether it's a medieval castle, an art museum, or a computer network.

Please contribute! Create a pull request or just create a issue for content you'd like to add: I'll add it for you!

Table of contents

5. JavaScript Algorithms

The JavaScript Algorithms repository focuses on JavaScript positions. However, if you understand the principles and know how to implement them in JavaScript, you'll very certainly be able to do so in other languages as well.

Each Data Structure and Algorithm has its README file, which offers links to other resources. As a result, if you don't comprehend a subject, you can always look up more information in the additional content.

GitHub logo trekhleb / javascript-algorithms

📝 Algorithms and data structures implemented in JavaScript with explanations and links to further readings

JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures

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This repository contains JavaScript based examples of many popular algorithms and data structures.

Each algorithm and data structure has its own separate README with related explanations and links for further reading (including ones to YouTube videos).

Read this in other languages: 简体中文 繁體中文 한국어 日本語, Polski, Français, Español, Português, Русский, Türk, Italiana, Bahasa Indonesia, Українська, Arabic, Deutsch

Note that this project is meant to be used for learning and researching purposes only, and it is not meant to be used for production.

Data Structures

A data structure is a particular way of organizing and storing data in a computer so that it can be accessed and modified efficiently. More precisely, a data structure is a collection of data values, the relationships among them, and the functions or operations that can…

6. How The Web Works

You can learn about the DNS, HTTP protocol, and server, as well as DOM Tree, Render Tree, page painting, and other topics.

It's an excellent resource for learning the fundamentals of how the internet works. Furthermore, the storage has additional links that allow you to delve deeper into various topics.

GitHub logo vasanthk / how-web-works

What happens behind the scenes when we type www.google.com in a browser?

How Web Works

What happens behind the scenes when we type google.com in a browser?

Table of Contents

Google's 'g' key is pressed

When you just press "g" the browser receives the event and the entire auto-complete machinery kicks into high gear. Depending on your browser's algorithm and if you are in private/incognito mode or not various suggestions will be presented to you in the dropbox below the URL bar. Most of these algorithms prioritize results based on search history and bookmarks. You are…

7. The Algorithms

Clean, legible code with suitable comments in your preferred language can be found here. The community is fantastic and is fast to reply to any issues you may have.

GitHub logo TheAlgorithms / Javascript

A repository for All algorithms implemented in Javascript (for educational purposes only)

The Algorithms - JavaScript

contributions welcome Language grade: JavaScript Node CI update_directory_md Discord chat standard.js

All algorithms implemented in JavaScript (for educational purposes only)

Open in Gitpod

These are for demonstration purposes only. There are many implementations of sorts in the JavaScript standard library that are much better for performance reasons.

Contribution Guidelines

Read our Contribution Guidelines before you contribute.

List of Algorithms

See our directory.

Algorithm Explanation

See our wiki.




8. The System Primer

This is a collection of internet-based materials and resources—the repository's owner compiled resources and materials from many sources. Furthermore, the repository is updated regularly, so keep an eye on it!

GitHub logo donnemartin / system-design-primer

Learn how to design large-scale systems. Prep for the system design interview. Includes Anki flashcards.

English日本語简体中文繁體中文 | العَرَبِيَّة‎বাংলাPortuguês do BrasilDeutschελληνικάעבריתItaliano한국어فارسیPolskiрусский языкEspañolภาษาไทยTürkçetiếng ViệtFrançais | Add Translation

Help translate this guide!

The System Design Primer


Motivation

Learn how to design large-scale systems.

Prep for the system design interview.

Learn how to design large-scale systems

Learning how to design scalable systems will help you become a better engineer.

System design is a broad topic. There is a vast amount of resources scattered throughout the web on system design principles.

This repo is an organized collection of resources to help you learn how to build systems at scale.

Learn from the open source community

This is a continually updated, open source project.

Contributions are welcome!

Prep for the system design interview

In addition…

9. Awesome Interview Questions

Excellent Interview Questions is a selected list of "amazing" interview questions that are frequently asked.

In many cases, the interviewer will ask you questions on the programming language in addition to the problem-solving questions. These ideas are crucial, and they show the interviewer how well you understand the programming language.

10. Interview Resources

This repository offers a curated assortment of helpful articles, videos, manuals, websites, books, online courses, and more for anything relevant to technical or coding interviews.

11. Learn Go

This repository is geared toward Go beginners. Before your Go developer interview, you can use this repository to review basic concepts and take some quizzes.

GitHub logo inancgumus / learngo

1000+ Hand-Crafted Go Examples, Exercises, and Quizzes

A Huge Number of Go Examples, Exercises and Quizzes

Best way of learning is doing. Inside this repository, you will find thousands of Go examples, exercises and quizzes. I initially created this repository for my Go: Bootcamp Course. Later on, I added a lot of exercises, and I wanted every programmer who is not yet enrolled in the course to learn for free as well. So here it is. Enjoy.

Available in the following languages:

❤️ Help other fellow developers

Sharing is free but caring is priceless. So, now please click here and share this repository on Twitter.

Stay in touch


License

Whole materials are licensed…

12. clean-code-javascript

This repository serves as a reference for writing readable, reusable, and refactorable JavaScript code. It's based on Robert C. Martin's Clean Code, but it's been tweaked to work with JavaScript.

GitHub logo ryanmcdermott / clean-code-javascript

🛁 Clean Code concepts adapted for JavaScript

clean-code-javascript

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Variables
  3. Functions
  4. Objects and Data Structures
  5. Classes
  6. SOLID
  7. Testing
  8. Concurrency
  9. Error Handling
  10. Formatting
  11. Comments
  12. Translation

Introduction

Humorous image of software quality estimation as a count of how many expletives you shout when reading code

Software engineering principles, from Robert C. Martin's book Clean Code adapted for JavaScript. This is not a style guide. It's a guide to producing readable, reusable, and refactorable software in JavaScript.

Not every principle herein has to be strictly followed, and even fewer will be universally agreed upon. These are guidelines and nothing more, but they are ones codified over many years of collective experience by the authors of Clean Code.

Our craft of software engineering is just a bit over 50 years old, and we are still learning a lot. When software architecture is as old as architecture itself, maybe then we will have harder rules to follow. For now, let these guidelines serve as a touchstone by which to assess the quality of the JavaScript…

13. JavaScript Questions

This is a beginner's level of difficulty. This repository provides many multiple-choice JavaScript questions that can be used to brush up on your knowledge of the language.

GitHub logo lydiahallie / javascript-questions

A long list of (advanced) JavaScript questions, and their explanations ✨

JavaScript Questions


I post multiple choice JavaScript questions on my Instagram stories, which I'll also post here! Last updated: June 12th

From basic to advanced: test how well you know JavaScript, refresh your knowledge a bit, or prepare for your coding interview! 💪 🚀 I update this repo regularly with new questions. I added the answers in the collapsed sections below the questions, simply click on them to expand it. It's just for fun, good luck! ❤️

Feel free to reach out to me! 😊
Instagram || Twitter || LinkedIn || Blog

Feel free to use them in a project! 😃 I would really appreciate a reference to this repo, I create the questions and explanations (yes I'm sad lol) and the community helps me so much to maintain and improve it! 💪🏼 Thank you and have fun!

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I hope you find these resources helpful 😊

I'd love to connect with you at Twitter | LinkedIn | GitHub | Portfolio

See you in my next blog article. Take care!!!

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